NewsOctober 29, 2021 9:22 AM ET1,463 views

LGND share new collaborative track 'Pagan Prayer'

Official press release:

LGND is the unorthodox yet exciting collaborative project led by vocalist Chad Ruhlig (For the Fallen Dreams) and a collection of different musicians and producers. Each collaborator creates the music, over which Ruhlig provides lyrics and vocals. The songs are being released by Rise Records.

The latest drop is for the incredibly gnarly "Pagan Prayer." The crackling, industrially-tinged track is a wall of sound that's full of tension-and-release moments and layered vocals.


For "Pagan Prayer," Ruhlig's partner-in-crime is Josh Schroeder, a producer who has worked with For the Fallen Dreams, King 810, The Plot In You, and more.

Listen here:

"As always, it was great to work with my friend of over two decades — Josh Schroeder — on 'Pagan Prayer,'" says Ruhlig. "Not only is he one of the top producers in heavy music, but he also has such a unique writing style that's always been a blast to write to."

LGND — one of heavy music's best kept secrets for well over a decade — stands the test of time in a space filled with constant change. Formed in 2009, the project blends a unique style of aggressive metal, thrash, and early flavors of nu metal, LGND push the envelope continually. With LGND, you never know what's next and that's what makes it a sonic thrill ride.


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evil_hero 203 days ago

one of heavy musics best kept secrets. lmao this dude is such a pretentious douchebag

evil_hero 203 days ago

shits wack, yo

ej 203 days ago

legend's first two albums were fine if you like that sort of thing, but being music's "best kept secret" for a decade is not a good thing

anonymous 203 days ago

unorthodox yet exciting

anonymous 203 days ago

Horrible music by horrible people on a horrible label.

anonymous 203 days ago


anonymous 203 days ago

Watches the new Legends Of The Hidden Temple once…

anonymous 202 days ago

evil_hero 1 day ago one of heavy musics best kept secrets. lmao this dude is such a pretentious douchebag that's one way of saying "no one cares about this project, but it's definitely not our fault"

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